Sean Dyche has sensationally accused Arsenal players of “diving all over the place.”
The Burnley was left seething at the full-time whistle after watching his side crash to a 2-1 defeat.
One moment in particular had Burnley raging when Ashley Barnes was penalised for pulling back Sead Kolasinac while they attempted to grab a late equaliser.
After the game the boss fumed: “It’s not encouraging for the game of football, I’m really worried for the game of football.
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“People diving all over the place today – it has to go.
“I was at a Premier League meeting actually and it was brought up.
“Did you know the maximum you can get for a dive is a yellow card? So for every player in the Premier League they can cheat at least once a game and get nothing other than a yellow.
Ban them. It will be out of football in a month
“I don’t think it will stop, do you? It’s not likely to stop.”
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When asked what the solution could be, Dyche responded: “Ban them. It will be out of football in a month.”
Alexandre Lacazette opened the scoring before Ashley Barnes equalised in the first-half.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang then grabbed all three points for the home side midway through the second period.
Dyche’s fury comes after Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic brazenly cheated in their win over Huddersfield last night.
And after being bundled to the floor by Rajiv van La Parra, the Huddersfield man was left lying across Mitrovic.
Van La Parra’s arm swung back past Mitrovic’s head and his leg moved over his stomach.
But the Cottager’s striker threw his hands to his face, suggesting Van La Parra had struck him.
No action was taken by referee James Linington but fans, including Mitrovic’s own, were furious at the antics.
He cannot be hit with a ban because he did not successfully deceive the referee.